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Misfiring problems normally associated with a low compression diesel have been overcome by using new-style piezo fuel injectors, ceramic glow plugs and advanced variable valve lift.
The variable valve lift is accomplished through the use of a unique roller finger follower that is adjustable for two different lifts.
6-liter, 24-valve, double overhead-cam V-6 with variable valve lift and timing (290 horsepower, 260 foot-pounds of torque),.
0 turbo/direct injection 4-cylinder, which now develops 211 hp (up 11 ponies), has variable valve lift on the exhaust camshaft (yes the exhaust, with the intercooled turbo).
0-liter 32-valve V8 engine with Infiniti's advanced Variable Valve Lift & Event (VVEL) technology.
0-liter engine that carries a ''Valvematic'' continuously variable valve lift mechanism are 8 percent more fuel efficient than conventional models, according to Japan's biggest automaker.
0-liter engine outfitted with a "Valvematic" continuously variable valve lift mechanism for superior driving and environmental performance as well as an Intelligent Parking Assist system, satisfying the diverse needs of customers for a comfortable driving experience and display of strong individuality in minivans of just the right size.
It is a variable valve lift system which uses the intake valves to control the flow of fuel/air mixture into the cylinders with the result of a better spread of power and torque and increased fuel efficiency.